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The only occurence of yes-or-no-p in the definition of
operate-on-system (in defsys.lisp) asks its question in such a way
that the answer "yes" is treated as "no" and "no" is treated as "yes".
That is, if the user says "yes, load the existing binary", the source
is loaded, and if the user says "no, don't load the existing binary",
the binary is loaded.

This is, of course, no big deal to fix. But I noticed it right after I
began trying to use pcl::precompile-random-code-segments. Whenever I
recompile, I am always asked this particular question about loading
the binary of the file which contains the call to
pcl::precompile-random-code-segments. Am I supposed to be getting this
question every time, or have I organized the files in the defsystem

Can someone who is successfully using
pcl::precompile-random-code-segments clue me in? If the question is
normal, what is the right answer?